Amazon Reportedly Has Lord of the Rings Writers in a Locked Office With a Guard and Fingerprint Scanner
Of course, secrecy regarding big-budget film and TV productions is nothing new.
Xiaomi's Mi 9 is a Promising Mid-Range Tease
In a lot of ways, the Mi 9 an ideal of example of what a good mid-range device should be.
New Tarantula Species Has Big, Weird, Floppy Horn
Trigger warning: spiders
This Man Travelled 10,000 Miles to See America's Trash Birds—and Loved Every Minute of It
"It’s really very therapeutic in a way to just be able to take something that’s absolutely everywhere and spend a little time looking at it."
What's at the Edge of the Universe?
Is it more like a border, or a kind of inconceivably vast ceiling? Is there even a border/ceiling up there at all?
This Video Explores Starship Troopers’ Messy Satirical Relationship With Fascism
A thoughtful look at how the film's seductive satire operates.
Report: More Than 300 Chemical Weapons Attacks in Syria, With Pro-Assad Forces Responsible for 98 Per Cent
Most of the incidents involved improvised chlorine munitions in the form of devastating unguided explosives dropped from helicopters or planes.
Newly Decoded Great White Shark Genome Hints at Why They're So Indestructible
The discovery illuminates why sharks are so good at warding off cancer and other age-related diseases—and could someday help us do the same.
Scientists Produce Rigorous Study of Why Grapes Spark in the Microwave
Tackling the important issues.
YouTube Updates Its Three-Strikes Policy—But Not the One You're Mad About
Confusingly, this new policy update has absolutely nothing to do with copyright.
Watch Ava DuVernay in Conversation With the Directors of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Some of the best directors in the business, talking one of the best films of last year
How Would You Feel Having Your Emoji Messages Read Out in Court?
And is the law fully equipped to handle emoji?